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Presented at Institute for the Future: Technology Horizons 2011 Fall Conference

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Abundance in a time of scarcity ( Institute for the Future 2011 Conference) Abundance in a time of scarcity ( Institute for the Future 2011 Conference) Presentation Transcript

  • AbundanceIn a time of ScarcityJay Nath2011 Technology Horizons, IFTF
  • Scarcity
  • Scarcity ofDeficit
  • Deficit
  • Data.Gov
  • Sharing Local Data
  • Voting Patterns
  • 311311 Data Visualized
  • Next Bus
  • Real-time Parking Availability
  • Community Data
  • June 2009
  • March 2010
  • Today
  • How did we get here?
  • Power of Standards
  • Power of Collaboration
  • Power of the Community 106 Tech Community 104 City Staff 102 City Innovators
  • The Success of Open Source
  • Closed Systems
  • Architecture of Participation
  • @Jay_Nathjay.nath@sfgov.org
  • Ideation + Realization
  • Leveraging citizen expertise to solve problems for localbusiness, nonprofits and the City
  • Skills-based Matching
  • Online/Offline Opportunities